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Sample slides for your use The slide deck and the information supporting it were developed by the American Medical Association (AMA). Users are encouraged to customize the deck for presentations and discussions about the benefits of providing the National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP) as a covered health benefit.If you have questions, need assistance with your business case or want to share how your organization is providing coverage for the National DPP, the AMA wants to hear from you. Please contact Shannon Haffey, Director, Value Based Benefit and Reimbursement at iho-info@ama-assn.org 1

Preventing Diabetes: The National Diabetes Prevention Program as a Covered Benefit

Join the AMA-CDC initiative to increase the use of National Diabetes Prevention Programs PreventDiabetesStat.org3

Prediabetes: Targeting a population at risk Prediabetes: A reversible cardio metabolic risk factor in which plasma glucose levels are above normal but not high enough to diagnose type 2 diabetes. It is defined as having an initial A1c result between 5.7 and 6.4 %, or other blood tested noted below and no prior diabetes diagnosis †,‡ 3-5 times higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes *Increased risk of cardiovascular disease and death *Source : Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National diabetes statistics report: estimates of diabetes and its burden in the United States, 2014. Atlanta, GA: US Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2014.†American Diabetes Association. “Standards of medical care in diabetes—2013.” Diabetes Care (2013); 36:Suppl 1:S11.‡James C, Bullard KM, Rolka DB, et al. “Implications of alternative definitions of prediabetes for prevalence in US adults.” Diabetes Care 2011; 34(2):387-391. 30.3 million Americans have diabetes* 84 million American adults have prediabetes*That’s more than 1 in 3 adults 9 out of 10 adults with prediabetes don’t know they have it 4

Evidence-based National Diabetes Prevention Program (National DPP)* National Institute of Health (NIH)-funded 3-arm Randomized Control Trial Placebo Metformin Intensive lifestyle coaching 5-7% body weight loss reduced the risk of developing Type 2 diabetes by 58% in those with prediabetes (over 3 years) 71 % in those over age 60 * Knowler WC, Barrett-Connor E, Fowler SE, et al. Diabetes Prevention Program Research Group. Reduction in the incidence of type 2 diabetes with lifestyle intervention or metformin. N Engl J Med . 2002;346(6):393-403.5

National Diabetes Prevention Program Based on the NIH-funded research, the CDC-approved, evidence-based National Diabetes Prevention Program aims to slow and prevent the development of Type 2 diabetes in the US population Lay and health professional lifestyle coaches teach in-person or virtual group classes of 8-15 participants Comprehensive program focused on weight loss through exercise, healthy eating and behavior modification Examples of topics covered in core curriculum include: 1. Balancing calories 4 . Strategies for healthy eating out Problem solving/coping 5. Social cuesOvercoming physical activity barriers 6. Managing stress16 Sessions Maintenance phase (6 months) Monthly maintenance sessionsCore phase (6 months) 6

Potential benefits of offering the National DPP Offering the National DPP helps achieve better clinical and financial results over 3 years (after program completion). Based on the outcomes from DPP research studies reaching 100 adults with prediabetes: 58% reduction in incidence of diabetes * 25% reduction in medication use for hypertension and hyperlipidemia ‡ 1-2% reduction in absenteeism (missed work days) and productivity loss † * Knowler WC, Barrett-Connor E, Fowler SE, et al. Diabetes Prevention Program Research Group. Reduction in the incidence of type 2 diabetes with lifestyle intervention or metformin. N Engl J Med. 2002;346(6):393-403.† Dall, Timothy M., et al. “Value of Lifestyle Intervention to Prevent Diabetes and Sequelae.” American journal of preventive medicine 48.3 (2015): 271-280.‡ Ratner R, Goldberg R, Haffner S, et al. Impact of intensive lifestyle and metformin therapy on cardiovascular disease risk factors in the diabetes prevention program. Diabetes Care. 2005;28(4):888- 894.7

Potential cost savings from offering the National DPP The American Medical Association (AMA) evaluated the Truven Health MarketScan® Databases* to understand the avoidable medical expenditures over three years by preventing someone from progressing to diabetes: Observed the costs associated with an individual’s conversion to diabetes for each of three years after a diabetes diagnosis Looked at a “true” prevention rate for intervention – some individuals would have never developed diabetes and some will develop diabetes regardless Defined prediabetes as having an initial A1c result between 5.7 and 6.4% and no prior diabetes diagnosis †,‡ Increased costs in each of three years after converting: Observed rate of prediabetes to diabetes conversion: e.g., 53% of those who converted to diabetes over a three year period actually convert in year one. Medical claims costs associated with newly diagnosed diabetesPreventableAvoidable*2009-2012 individual level data from the Truven Health MarketScan® Lab Database - a 4.4 million subsample of the Truven Health MarketScan® Treatment Pathways. MarketScan is a registered trademark of Truven Health Analytics Inc. †American Diabetes Association. “Standards of medical care in diabetes—2013.” Diabetes Care (2013); 36:Suppl 1:S11.‡James C, Bullard KM, Rolka DB, et al. “Implications of alternative definitions of prediabetes for prevalence in US adults.” Diabetes Care 2011; 34(2):387-391. Year 153%Year 228% Year 319%Year 1 $2,470 Year 2 $3,190 Year 3 $2,350 These calculator results are provided to you by the American Medical Association for informational purposes only.  No return on investment or other results are guaranteed. 8

Potential return after offering the National DPPUsing the AMA’s DPP cost savings calculator, the potential cumulative net savings after investment for your population could be: COPY AND PASTE IMAGE # 1 FROM CALCULATOR RESULTS (return graph) These savings consider: Investment cost of the National DPP in year 1 (per enrollee) Projected prevention rate Avoided claims costs (savings) for each of three years based on prevention rate Cost savings “run out” for cases prevented in year 3 These calculator results are provided to you by the American Medical Association for informational purposes only. No return on investment or other results are guaranteed.9

Potential cost savings of offering the National DPPThe inputs used to model our population in the cost savings calculator include:COPY AND PASTE IMAGE # 2 FROM CALCULATOR RESULTS (summary of inputs) These calculator results are provided to you by the American Medical Association for informational purposes only.  No return on investment or other results are guaranteed. 10

Potential cost savings of offering the National DPP Based on the inputs that are appropriate for our population, the potential cost savings, cumulative cost savings and net savings after investment: COPY AND PASTE IMAGE #3 FROM CALCULATOR RESULTS (summary of cost outputs) These calculator results are provided to you by the American Medical Association for informational purposes only.  No return on investment or other results are guaranteed. 11

Improving potential return: Key levers The following are key levers that drive the impact the National DPP could have for your population. 12

Additional benefits to consider In addition to medical claims savings, there are additional potential benefits that are not included in the AMA cost savings calculator that may be pertinent for your business case.Medical expenditures and claims costsLong-term impact of the National DPP beyond three years Incremental impact of the National DPP for those that enroll but do not completeIncidence/prevalenceA dynamic model that includes influx of new individuals who may be at risk Impact of the National DPP on other co-morbidities Productivity Increased productivity and reduced absenteeism 13

Cost of the National DPP The cost of covering the National DPP is less than the medical claims incurred in the first year after an individual is diagnosed with diabetes:Diabetes costs approximately $ 2,700 per individual with newly diagnosed diabetes in the first year of treatment * Individuals with prediabetes have a 15% to 30% chance of developing type 2 diabetes within five years † As an intervention to prevent diabetes, the National DPP costs An average of $450 per participant for a yearPayment models varyAlternatively…*2009-2012 individual level data from the Truven Health MarketScan® Lab Database - a 4.4 million subsample of the Truven Health MarketScan® Treatment Pathways. MarketScan is a registered trademark of Truven Health Analytics Inc.† Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. National Diabetes Statistics Report: Estimates of Diabetes and Its Burden in the United States, 2014. Atlanta, GA; 2014. Available at: http://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/pubs/statsreport14/national-diabetes-report-web.pdf14

Availability of National DPPs Programs with or seeking CDC recognition are available around the country. The CDC recognition program is critical to ensure program quality and fidelity. Both in-person and virtual National DPPs are available. For more information, visit cdc.gov/diabetes/prevention/recognition 15

Cover the National DPP for your population Review your health care claims data – estimate the size of your population with prediabetes to understand the potential impact of preventionUse the AMA’s calculator to estimate the potential medical claims cost savings of offering the National DPP Find a National DPP provider – talk to them about options to bring the program to your employees https://nccd.cdc.gov/DDT_DPRP/Registry.aspx Talk to your insurance carrier/claims administrator about covering the program 16

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